Layfield Energy Review

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What You Should Know

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Layfield Energy is a company ran by former professional wrestler, John Layfield. produces an energy drink called Mamajuana. The company also makes other drinks, 418 Energy, and DRANK. When directed to the company’s official website at: LayfieldEnergy.com, we see the site is redirected to NutritionalMarket.com. The new site doesn’t seem to carry or be affiliated with the Layfield Energy products, so we are led to believe the company is no longer producing products.

List of Ingredients

The ingredients for Mamajuana are: Glucuronolactone, L-Phenylalanine, N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine, Taurine, Malic Acid, Caffeine, Maca, Hawthorne Berry, Horny Goat Weed, Muira Puama, Anamu, Siberian Ginseng, and Green Tea Extract.

Product Features

Mamajuana is an energy drink that also claims to increase libido. It comes in the form of a 2 ounce shot, but is non-alcoholic. Users can drink the shot straight or mix it with another drink. It is a mixed berry flavor. The ingredients in the formula include natural energy boosters, stimulants, and herbal supplements designed to increase blood flow, which in turn helps libido. The stimulants will increase energy, but may also lead to a dreaded crash where the person feels worse hours after taking the shot than they did before using it. This is why many people avoid using products that contain a lot of stimulants.

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Advantages

  • The drink is all natural.
  • It addresses both energy levels and sexual health.

Disadvantages

  • The drink contains many stimulants.
  • The drink only comes in a shot.
  • We were unable to find an official website for the Layfield Energy Company.
  • There are no customer testimonials.
  • There are no money back guarantees.

Conclusion

While Mamajuana sounds like it may be the magical answer so many of us are looking for, it doesn’t do anything to address weight loss and dieting concerns. While higher energy levels are necessary for exercise and will potentially help boost the metabolism, it isn’t what it takes to lose weight. A weight loss supplemement should have at the very least an appetite suppressant or a fat burner, if not both. The ingredients in the formula should be proven to work, and there should be at least a money back guarantee or a free trial to help the customer take away some of the risk associated with buying a product they have never used before. While this product may work to provide an energy boost and a boost to libido, it likely will not do much of anything to help with weight loss.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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